For evidence of the connection of Nicholas II and the ballerina’s offered to exhume the grandmother

Konstantin Sevenard shows pictures of Mathilde Kschessinska

The Deputy of the state Duma of the first and second convocations, and a former member of the Legislative Assembly of St.-Petersburg Konstantin Sevenard has said it is ready to exhume the remains of his grandmother’s Virgin Sevenard to prove that she gave birth to ballerina Mathilde Kschessinska from Emperor Nicholas II. He stated this in an interview URA.RU.

According to Sevenard, his family has indirect evidence of kinship with the Royal family: a photograph of Matilda Kshesinskaya, allegedly pregnant his grandmother and does not hide that the father of the child — Emperor.

To obtain direct evidence for the kinship of the grandmother with the Romanov dynasty Sevenard has offered to exhume and then rebury the remains of his grandmother in the Peter and Paul fortress. He expressed confidence that the tests are accurate.

“For example, for DNA tests, which took my father and uncle, will require sophisticated laboratory tests, because the connection is through the daughter, and the degree of error present. But if you compare DNA and grandmother of Nicholas (father and daughter), then there can be no mistake. Given the importance of the event, we are ready to go for it,” said the former MP.

He noted that he had met with Natalia Polonskaya, which acts against the film “Matilda”, a story about the relationship of the Emperor and dancer and has presented her version of events in the form of a book and CD with the movie. The Deputy, according to him, thanked him, but did not become acquainted with the proposed materials.

Earlier in September, Russia found signs of corruption in the funding schemes “Matilda”. The film tells about the relationship of Nicholas Romanov (the future Emperor Nicholas II) and ballerina Matilda Kshesinskaya. The Premier is scheduled for October 6, but was postponed to 23rd: the extremists threatened to burn down the cinema, if they agree to show the ribbon. Poklonskaya actively opposed “Matilda”, claiming that the picture offends the feelings of believers.